Are malpractice concerns driving physicians to provide too much medical care?

Yes
86% (144 votes)
No
14% (24 votes)
Total votes: 168
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Dr. Steven Kaniadakissays: October 21, 2011 at 11:57 am

No. That is "old school". Today's Podiatry involves threats from billing/coding issues. Paid court experts that will now state in a court of law about your business practices. "Experts" get a hefty fee for (this) "service". The malpractice companies now sell you "errors and omissions" policies. Be careful. This may not be considered an "error' or "omission" (in disjunctive terms).

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Joseph Gelling, DPMsays: October 24, 2011 at 8:01 am

Are malpractice concerns driving physicians to provide too much medical care?

What a funny, surreal question. Is the question even serious? This has been going on for decades.

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